US President Donald Trump announced on Sunday that he would meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-young in January or February next year.
Trump will meet with Kim in January or February and there are three options for the venue, Trump said, adding that Trump announced he would invite Kim to the United States in time.
Trump said in an interview with Fox News that "North Korea's file is very complex ... because when I got it from former President Barack Obama, during our meeting we talked and said that North Korea is undoubtedly the biggest problem facing the country."
"He is very pleased with the decision that has been taken and the type of relationship the United States is now with North Korea."
Diplomatic movement on the Korean Peninsula is increasing, in light of the summit meeting held on May 12 between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, and the talks on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. North Korea for testing ballistic missiles, economic facilities and concessions in the area of sanctions against Pyongyang.
Since then, no concrete steps have been taken, and Pyongyang is waiting for Washington to implement the agreements reached, and the US administration declares that it is dissatisfied with the DPRK's failure to take new steps on nuclear disarmament.